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Robotics Competition April 2019 Science in a Bubble 2019 Pi Students Student building an EV3 robot. 2nd Annual Pi Elementary Cardboard and Duct Tape Sled Competition


Help Wanted
Help Wanted

Current Job Openings:

Bus Drivers (10 Reasons to Become a School Bus Driver)

Kindergarten Teacher 1.0 FTE

Junior/Senior High Counselor .6 FTE

Head Boys Soccer Coach

Assistant Boys Soccer Coach

Substitutes: Bus Drivers, Certificated Teachers

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Invitation: Join the Communications Committee

The District is assembling a communications committee made up of teachers, staff and community members with the mission of improving our District’s communications.  Please contact Jason Lynch at jason_lynch@csd49.org or (360) 302-5858 if you are interested in serving on this committee. 

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Secondary Commons Sept 2019
Capital Projects Update

Greetings Chimacum Community:

In 2018 voters approved a six year, eight million dollar capital levy.  This levy replaced the expiring 2012 capital levy.  Since passage of the levy, using the District’s facility analysis as a guide, numerous projects have taken place to improve the look, safety, and functionality of both campuses in Chimacum Schools.  Tax collections for capital projects come in twice a year.  The projects below are constructed without bond debt.

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CCP Entry
Superintendent's Message

I want to thank everyone for a smooth start to the school year.  This fall, we expect to wrap up the capital projects.  The last remaining items are the completion of the renovated bathrooms on the main campus, in addition to a new elementary commons and library.  Hoch Construction is doing a great job – well worth the wait.  Our staff worked together posting and teaching expectations for behavior.  This is what we are calling positive behavior intervention – and the results are paying off.  Each of our schools has been impacted by new grades, new leadership, or new office staff, flexible and committed to accomplishment.  If you have not seen the results of the new configuration or the construction, please let us know so we can give you a personal tour.

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Immunizations Information


The Washington State Department of Health has provided us with an updated IMMUNIZATIONS CHART, which outlines what is required for the 2019-20 school year.  Please take a look and ensure your children are up to date with their immunizations.

Thank you!

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Empowered Teen Coalition Survey & Workshop


The Jefferson County Public Health Community Prevention and Wellness program requests your participation in taking an annual SURVEY to help them determine programming plans.  Please click "Read More" for workshop opportunities.



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Pi Mission Statement

The Pi Program supports experiential learning, community engagement, and active family involvement. Our program utilizes individual strengths, passion, and compassion to foster intellectual curiosity, integrity, and self-initiated lifelong learning. We strive to nurture personal growth and a confident, creative spirit in our students, families, and staff. 

Pi Program Goals

• Provide our students with opportunities for successful learning experiences
• Foster feelings of respect, confidence, and self-worth by creating an atmosphere where students grow socially, emotionally and academically
• Develop relationships over time and celebrate student successes